May 19, 2020 Social Distancing in Early Care and Education: Feasible or Impossible? Join the National Center on Early Childhood Health and Wellness (NCECHW) on June 2 for, “Social Distancing in Early Care and Education: Feasible or Impossible?,” a one-hour discussion exploring issues around social distancing in early care and education programs. About During the webinar, participants will hear from Danette Glassy, MD, FAAP, pediatrician, about guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and discover practical strategies for implementation in a variety of early care programs. Webinar topics include: CDC guidance for early care and education programs; barriers to implementation within early care settings; and strategies for early care and education programs to keep children and staff as safe as possible. This event is best suited for Head Start program directors and health services staff; Head Start State Collaboration directors; child care resource and referral agencies; child care directors and health consultants; state public health departments; and nurses working with early care and education programs. Registration To register, visit the event page. The registration link can be used for both the live event and on-demand viewing. A recording of the discussion will be available to watch on-demand 30 minutes after the event ends until June 15, 2020. A version with English closed captions will also be posted on the Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center (ECLKC) in the coming weeks. More Information For questions, please contact NCECHW at 888.227.5125 or firstname.lastname@example.org.